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TEST - TRANSPORTING CHILDREN SAFELY TEST - Arrow Child & Family Ministries

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TRANSPORTING CHILDREN SAFELY TEST

Please watch the video in the Members section first. Then take this test and submit your responses.

Transporting Children Safely Test

Name:
Email:
Phone: (Only Use Numbers)
Indicate which Arrow office you are with:

The NHTSA has stated that child safety seats do not automatically need to be replaced following a minor crash in which the following is true:

Infants should be rear-facing until:

It is important to complete the registration card and mail it to the manufacturer because:

Child safety seats:

Rear-facing seats are needed for infants because:

Children are ready to use the lap/shoulder belt of the vehicle, with no child safety seat (e.g., booster) when:

MD and TX law:

A chest clip should be placed:

The safest place for a child to ride is, usually:

Children should be correctly restrained in the back seat until:

In a rear-facing seat, the harness straps should be:

A child who is 9 months old should be properly restrained in:

When a child turns 2:

If a child safety seat comes with LATCH, you should:

The harness system that offers the best protection is:

A locking latch plate can be used to securely install a child safety seat because:

Child passenger safety is important because:

The lap portion of the safety belt in a vehicle does not fit small children well because:

You are able to hold a child on your lap and protect them in a crash when:

When using a booster seat, if the shoulder portion of the seatbelt crosses the child’s neck:

You should not use a car seat that:

Backovers that are caused by vehicle blind spots can be prevented by:

In a forward-facing child safety seat, the correct harness slot to use is:

Children’s bodies are different from adults in that:

Which of the following is a reason it is dangerous to leave a child unattended in a car?

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